Hungry, we headed south to Turner Valley, where we found a place advertising all day breakfasts. After a leisurely brunch, we kept going south. We had tentatively planned to visit the Frank Lake Conservation Area, but abandoned that idea as we went further in the wrong direction. Soon we were in Kananaskis Country.
There was virtually no traffic, so we felt free to stop whenever we saw something of interest. There were many side roads leading to picnic/camping areas, and any that sounded interesting we would turn off, and if it looked interesting, too, we would get out and walk around. Spent time this way at Highwood River, Wedge Pond, Barrier Lake and several other areas. Early in the evening, we made our last stop at a place called Sibbald Viewpoint, which overlooks a huge valley, and had a light picnic. Then we headed back to town.
I've set up an album of photos I took during the day here.